Wheeler (Ga.) forward Jelan Kendrick took the ball to the basket for seven second-half layups and finished the game 11-of-20 from the floor and with 25 points. The senior also made a big-time play on the defensive end, stopping an Alexander-Hamilton mini-run when he pinned a fast-break layup on the backboard.
Star of the day
Bishop Gorman (Nev.) senior Jonathan Loyd scored a team-high 17 points without getting a breather and was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player. The 5-foot-8 guard averaged 15.2 points and 5.2 assists in four Beach Ball victories.
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After a 3-for-15 outing, including 1-for-10 from 3-point land in Wednesday's semifinal against Columbia (Ga.), Tanner Milson bounced back and turned in a 6-for-16 performance with four 3-pointers to lead Cedar Hill (Texas) to a 47-46 victory over Scott County (Ky.).
Game of the day
Cedar Hill (Texas) secured a third-place finish after a Scott County (Ky.) miscue with 1.9 seconds remaining resulted in a Ge-Lawn Guyn 30-footer that landed out-of-bounds as time expired. With 13 lead changes, the third-place contest proved to be more entertaining than the final.
Jonathan Loyd, Bishop Gorman (Nev.), Most Valuable Player
JerShon Cobb, Columbia (Ga.), Most Outstanding Player
R.J. Williams, St. Frances (Md)., Hustle Award
Eric Atkins, Mt. St. Joseph (Md.), Sportsmanship Award
Elgin Cook , Alexander Hamilton (Wis.)
C.J. Gridine, Concord (N.C.)
Antonio Cannon, D.W. Daniel
Will Regan, Nichols School (N.Y)
Damien Leonard, J.L. Mann
Jelan Kendrick, Wheeler (Ga.)
Thomas Gipson, Cedar Hill (Texas)
Everett Golson, Myrtle Beach
Anson Winder, Bishop Gorman (Nev.)
Chad Jackson, Scott County (Ky.)